President Barack Obama Reads Mean Tweets On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ [Watch]

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What you loyal Mean Tweets fans have been waiting for. President Barack Obama stopped by ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ to read some mean tweets about himself, his job, his hair, and his jeans.

It probably took Obama awhile to find bad things tweeted about him on Twitter though……….

As Jimmy Kimmel stated “It’s important to remember that presidents are people, too.” And of course that they have a ton of mean stuff said about them and Obama should read it on national television. Something about knowing these tweets and thoughts exist is one thing, having Obama read them out loud is a completely different, and better thing.

Obviously the entire Obama appearance wasn’t all laughs. The President say down with Jimmy Kimmel to discuss the recent events in Ferguson, where two officers were shot.

“What had been happening in Ferguson was oppressive and objectionable and was worthy of protest,” Obama says. “But there was no excuse for criminal acts. Whoever fired those shots shouldn’t detract from the issue – they’re criminals. They need to be arrested. And then what we need to do is make sure that like-minded, good-spirited people on both sides – law enforcement who have a terrifically tough job and people who understandably don’t want to be stopped just because of their race – are able to work together to come up with some good answers.”

[Photo credit: Kimmel]

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